"As I fell down the other side of the fence toward the slobbering jaws of the dog, I regretted that I had never tried Campari mixed with Capri Sun."
Even if Gus gets away from the dog, how will he escape from its owner, an ambiguously amiable dude who calls himself "Buddha" and threatens to call the truant officer unless Gus tells him a joke? Listen to "Kidding the Buddha," Chapter Two of the five part cliffhanger series "My Terrifying, Dry Warrior" to find out!
Written and read by Rob Northrup. "Kidding the Buddha" is the seventh story of the Dungeons and Dayjobs podcast, and it's Chapter Two of the five part serial "My Terrifying, Dry Warrior."
Music at the beginning and end is a slowed version of "Hot Lips" by Bill Brown and His Brownies, which I believe is in the public domain.
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